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Gibt es eine genetische Prädisposition für schwerwiegende Hautreaktionen in asiatischen Patienten unter Phenytoin- oder Fosphenytoin-Therapie?

26. März 2009 – Die amerikanische Food and Drug Administration (FDA) hat Anfangs März 2009 angekündigt, dass sie preliminäre Daten untersucht welche auf ein drastisch erhöhtes Risiko für schwerwiegende Hauterkrankungen in Patienten hindeuten, welche aus Asien stammen, das Leukozyten-Antigen HLA-B*1502 tragen, und sich in anti-epileptischer Therapie mit Arzneimitteln befinden,

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Clopidogrel-haltige Arzneimittel (Plavix®, Iscover®): potentielle Wechselwirkungen mit Protonen-Pumpen-Inhibitoren (PPIs)

6. August 2009 – In einer Mitteilung vom 4. August 2009 bittet das Bundesinstitut für Arzneimittel und Medizinprodukte (BfArM) um dringende Beachtung der aktualisierten Warnhinweise und Vorsichtsmaßnahmen in der Fachinformation zu Clopidogrel [Plavix] und Clopidogrel [Iscover]. Zu den Änderungen werden Rote-Hand-Briefe versendet. Hier folgend finden sie den leicht editierten und gekürzten Inhalt des Rote Hand Briefes für Plavix®.

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Information über potentielle Wechselwirkungen von Protonen-Pumpen-Inhibitoren (PPI’s) mit Clopidogrel-haltigen Arzneimitteln

7. Dezember 2009 – Sanofi Pharma Bristol-Myers Squibb informiert in Übereinstimmung mit dem Deutschen Bundesinstitut für Arzneimittel und Medizinalprodukte (BfArM) darüber, dass die Europäische Fachinformation (Summary of Product Characteristics, SPC) für Clopidogrel-Hydrogensulfat, in Verkehr gebracht als Plavix®, überarbeitet worden ist.

Danach wird in die SPC ein Warnhinweis aufgenommen,

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    Cancer driver genes are those with mutations that are essential for tumor development and spread. Led by ICREA researcher Patrick Aloy, scientists from the Structural Bioinformatics and Network Biology (SBNB) Laboratory at IRB Barcelona have developed a computational pipeline that predicts tumor response to different cancer treatments. This system is based on the identification of […]
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    The traditional rice-based diet of some east-Asian population has brought a number of genomic adaptations that may contribute to mitigating the spread of diabetes and obesity. An international study led by the University of Bologna and published in the journal Evolutionary Applications has recently suggested this interesting hypothesis. Researchers analyzed and compared the genomes of […]
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